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Third Place will receive - Two Grow Buckets Kits from Choate Machine and Tool. Each kit
Continue reading ….On Hygiene and Personal safety
If your are like many preppers out there you would like to have some land in the country with a cabin or getaway. This getaway could serve as a residence, vacation home, or bug out location.
If I lived closer to Colorado – I would be seriously looking into the information below.
Mountain Trail Home Sales details:
Enjoy the safe, secure area of southern Colorado mountains or wide open prairie spaces. Sparsely populated area allows for privacy – off grid living is common here. Land/home packages and financing available Small cabins to large family retreats starting at $99,900. Customized
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A SERIES OF ARTICLES ON SMART SURVIVAL
Selecting Your Survival Retreat
You can imagine my delight when I gleaned the reflection of snow atop the “Whites” from an opening of clouds as I headed up the washboard road, leaving the valley floor behind and climbing into the steep sided canyon, protecting my survival retreat. This was recent snow, absent since before April, continuing a four- year drought. As I closed on my 10 acre parcel(Ghost Ranch)at the highest point on the creek and end of the road, I acknowledged specific signage, directing the
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